Alright, Stray Kids fam, let the good news rock: Our SKZ have recently tied a record with BTS, thanks to their latest bop “LALALALA.” The track was officially released on November 10, and since then it has made major moves on charts worldwide. So, what’s the cherry on top? Well, the song entered the Billboard Hot 100, the chart that ranks the most popular songs in the United States.
“LALALALA” debuted at the 90th spot, earning Stray Kids their first-ever single to enter the United States chart. Also, with this achievement, SKZ tied a record with BTS in America! You read that right, as of now, Stray Kids and BTS are the only boy groups in history to debut on the Billboard Hot 100.
But wait, is the number 90 spot something to celebrate? Of course! Once in the chart, our Stray Kids can only go up! They are likely to start climbing positions, especially after performing at the Billboard Music Awards. Besides, Kpop recognition in the West is something we all love to see, no matter the artist!
Stray Kids joins BTS as the only male K-Pop groups in history to debut on the Billboard Hot 100. pic.twitter.com/NB9C1xRbav
— Pop Base (@PopBase) November 20, 2023